Mar 20, 2017
Virtual Instruments is an exciting, high-growth Silicon Valley technology company. Since their founding in 2008, they’ve been focused on delivering unparalleled value to our customers through a combination of innovative technology and high-value services.
They have helped to solve some of the most critical IT performance and availability issues in more than 500 of the world’s largest data centers. In fact, their client lists it's like the who’s who of tech with IBM, Microsoft, Salesforce, VMWare, HP, etc. all depending on Virtual Instruments.
In March 2016, they also merged with Load DynamiX, the leading storage performance analytics company. The combination of advanced workload analysis and modeling software with extreme workload generation appliances give IT professionals the ability to cost-effectively validate and stress today’s most complex physical, virtual and cloud infrastructure to its limits.
After reading how they have become the leading infrastructure performance management and analytics company, servicing the world’s most business-critical IT infrastructure as it evolves in the software-defined era. I had to find out more.
Philippe Vincent, the former CEO of Load Dynamix and now CEO of Virtual Instruments.